Topic: White Ribbon

Anti-violence message shared in Shoalhaven

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HMAS Albatross personnel joined by Mr Liam Dooley from White Ribbon Australia recited the White Ribbon oath while standing along side White Ribbon silhouettes that represent women that have been affected by domestic violence. (photo: LSIS Justin Brown)

HMAS Albatross personnel joined by Mr Liam Dooley from White Ribbon Australia recited the White Ribbon oath while standing along side White Ribbon silhouettes that represent women that have been affected by domestic violence.

Personnel at HMAS Albatross marked White Ribbon Day with a range of events highlighting their support for Defence's commitment to the campaign to end violence against women.

 

Success pauses for White Ribbon

This article has photo gallery Published on by LEUT Todd Fitzgerald (author), WO Justin Moore (author), Unknown (photographer)

HMAS Success SEAD 011/16 (photo: Unknown)

HMAS Success SEAD 011/16

The crew of HMAS Success took time out of a busy deployment to South East Asia to promote the ideals of the White Ribbon campaign last month.


Navy's domestic violence conversation continues

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Royal Australian Navy is an accredited White Ribbon workplace and supports the prevention of violence against women. (photo: POIS Phil Cullinan)

Royal Australian Navy is an accredited White Ribbon workplace and supports the prevention of violence against women.

Navy’s ongoing campaign against family and domestic violence received a major boost recently with ships’ companies and teams across the nation doing their bit to raise money for White Ribbon.
 

Adelaide says no to violence against women

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Members of HMAS Adelaide's Ships Company who assisted with the organising and baking of delicious treats, to raise money and awareness for White Ribbon day.  (photo: LSIS Sarah Williams)

Members of HMAS Adelaide's Ships Company who assisted with the organising and baking of delicious treats, to raise money and awareness for White Ribbon day.

HMAS Adelaide's ship's company proved you can have your cake and eat it too during a bake off last month, raising money and awareness for White Ribbon - the campaign to stop men's violence against women.

Waterhen Fleet Support Unit staff break the silence around violence

Published on by AB Isaac Batterham (author), Unknown (photographer)

From left to right: Able Seaman Stephanie Jelley, Able Seaman Isaac Batterham, Leading Seaman Cameron Cox, Tatjana Dotzauer, Seaman James Hoffman, Seaman Joshua Guy.
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From left to right: Able Seaman Stephanie Jelley, Able Seaman Isaac Batterham, Leading Seaman Cameron Cox, Tatjana Dotzauer, Seaman James Hoffman, Seaman Joshua Guy.

An eye-watering hot sauce challenge was among a number of good spirited challenges at a White Ribbon fundraiser held by sailors from HMAS Waterhen Fleet Support Unit.

HMAS Anzac signs up to White Ribbon

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author)

Seaman Combat Systems Operator Dylan Gardiner, left, and White Ribbon Ambassador Chief Petty Officer Communications Information Specialist Mark Baker prepare for a morning tea on HMAS Anzac. (photo: Unknown)

Seaman Combat Systems Operator Dylan Gardiner, left, and White Ribbon Ambassador Chief Petty Officer Communications Information Specialist Mark Baker prepare for a morning tea on HMAS Anzac.

The crew of HMAS Anzac marked White Ribbon Day at sea. But that didn’t stop the ship’s company from raising several hundred dollars to assist women who have suffered from domestic violence.

Chief of Navy statement regarding recent change.org online petition

Published on by Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett (author)

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The Chief of Navy Vice Admiral Tim Barrett has released a statement addressing the change.org online petition in relation to the murder of Kate Malonyay and concerns about Navy's commitment to stand up and speak out about domestic violence issues.

Cerberus marches with the community for White Ribbon Movement

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Members of the male community of Hastings take the 'Oath' during the the White Ribbon Day march through High Street of Hastings, Victoria. (photo: LSIS Dove Smithett)

Members of the male community of Hastings take the 'Oath' during the the White Ribbon Day march through High Street of Hastings, Victoria.

At HMAS Cerberus, sailors, soldiers, airmen and airwomen took to the streets of Hastings to march alongside Police, Fire Fighters, SES, Ambulance, community groups and primary school students, to show their support for White Ribbon Day.

White Ribbon support year round

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author)

AUSCDT ONE conducted a series of events dedicated to the White Ribbon cause.  Activities so far have included a winter ball, a series of BBQ Breakfasts and most recently, a shooting competition at the ADF’s Weapons Tactical Training Simulator.  (photo: Unknown)

AUSCDT ONE conducted a series of events dedicated to the White Ribbon cause. Activities so far have included a winter ball, a series of BBQ Breakfasts and most recently, a shooting competition at the ADF’s Weapons Tactical Training Simulator.

Royal Australian Navy divers have completed a successful White Ribbon campaign, raising funds and awareness through a series of events to help victims of domestic violence.

Sydney Navy members ‘stand up and speak out’ for White Ribbon

Published on by CMDR Fenn Kemp (author), ABIS Kayla Hayes (photographer)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Paul Gall, makes a donation in support of White Ribbon Day 2015 before the annual HMAS Penguin Gate to Gate Fun Run. (photo: ABIS Kayla Hayes)

Commanding Officer HMAS Penguin, Commander Paul Gall, makes a donation in support of White Ribbon Day 2015 before the annual HMAS Penguin Gate to Gate Fun Run.

Sailors and officers across Sydney have joined forces to send a clear message to that violence against women is never acceptable, by holding a variety of activities to raise awareness and funding for the White Ribbon cause.